#1
Just wondering, if I were to get a set of 10-46s, for my new strat, would it still be possible to tune them to standard?

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#2
Yes.

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#3
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You can tune 13-62s to E standard.
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#4
yes, i use 12-52's in standard on my strat
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#5
Okey dokey, thanks again.

I was just afraid they might stretch or something.
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#6
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Okey dokey, thanks again.

I was just afraid they might stretch or something.



Strings do stretch, especially if you've just replaced the strings. You can avoid some of the effect by pulling on the string as you're tuning up the guitar. You may find that a couple hours later, all the strings seem to be flat. Just tune the guitar up again, eventually the tuning should more-or-less stabilize.